Storm, strong backlight and a new film….

And how did that work out? The film is Adox CMS 20, exposed at ISO 12, developed in Adotech II.

Well, I’m not so happy about the dark tones, I think they got gritty, and the film was very dodgy to scan and had lots of dry marks, dust and scratches….

But my Zero 612F did a fantastic work, exposure times for about 3 minutes, and it was overall a beautiful day. Despite heavy winds, which is rather cold in November.

But, the images turned out pretty well, after all…

Enjoy!  🙂

Zero 612F
Adox CMS 20 @ ISO 12
Developed in Adotech II

Zero 612F
Adox CMS 20 @ ISO 12
Developed in Adotech II

 

Zero 612F
Adox CMS 20 @ ISO 12
Developed in Adotech II

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11 thoughts on “Storm, strong backlight and a new film….

  1. Jag tycker om den här känslan av “väntan” i bilderna…
    Lite Ingmar Bergman-feeling faktiskt.

    Bilder du kan vara nöjd med, Marie.

    • Tack Malin!
      Intressant, väntan säger du. Jag funderade över hur min känsla kunde kläs i ord, men kom till slut fram till att det var nog bara min känsla, som kom sig av att jag vet huuuur mycket det blåste, och det slutliga “lugnet” i bilderna, tack vare den långa slutartiden på ca tre minuter. Väntan, är underbart!!
      Tack Malin, du ger mina bilder djup!!

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